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VividQ Business Development Manager Wins Best Speaker at Cambridge Tech Event
December 1, 2021
This month, VividQ took part in the (in)famous monthly Tech and Beer event hosted at the Bradfield Centre in Cambridge. Business Development Manager Stefan Innerhofer was invited on-stage to give a 6-minute quickfire presentation highlighting VividQ’s groundbreaking innovation in Computer-Generated Holography for AR Displays. Stefan emerged the event winner, earning 28% of the vote for favourite speaker and beating four others.
The event also launched VividQ’s participation in the ‘Corridor of Curiosities’ exhibition, which showcases images, videos and text from companies tackling grand challenges facing humanity and shaping the future in the region. Cambridge’s well-established tech scene hosts some of the UK’s best high-tech companies, including Arm and Apple, so we were also excited to be recognised amongst them as an emerging deep-tech software company. View the microsite here.
The fun and informal Tech and Beer event, organised by TechMass and Kent Height, brings together high-quality technology speakers to present their company’s latest projects raising the status of the Cambridge and East of England area.